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Chandra K Banerjee, Ernest G Farrier, John H Reynolds IV, Henry T Ridings, Andrew J Sensabaugh Jr, Michael D Shannon, Gary R Shelar: Smoking article. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Grover M Myers, David G Conlin, December 22, 1987: US04714082 (184 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a smoking article, preferably in cigarette form, which produces an aerosol that resembles tobacco smoke. The article preferably comprises a short combustible fuel element having a density greater than 0.5 g/cc, a separate substrate bearing an aerosol forming material ...


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Dennis L Potter, Mark L Raker, Henry T Ridings, Andrew J Sensabaugh Jr, Amos E Westmoreland, Donna K Woods, Chandra K Banerjee: Drug delivery article. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, April 17, 1990: US04917119 (147 worldwide citation)

A drug delivery article provides a dose of a volatilized drug by heating a drug carrying substrate, but not burning any material. A heat source which includes a metal oxide (e.g., calcium oxide), an anhydrous metal sulfate (e.g., magnesium sulfate), an inorganic salt and a sugar, generates heat upon ...


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Andrew J Sensabaugh Jr, Henry T Ridings, John H Reynolds IV: Smoking article. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Grover M Myers, David G Conlin, December 27, 1988: US04793365 (143 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a smoking article which produces an aerosol that resembles tobacco smoke, but contains no more than a minimal amount of incomplete combustion or pyrolysis products.


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Chandra K Banerjee, Ernest G Farrier, Henry T Ridings, Andrew J Sensabaugh Jr, Michael D Shannon, Gary R Shelar, Jack F Clearman, Thomas L Gentry: Method for making aerosol generating cartridge. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Grover M Myers, David G Conlin, August 27, 1991: US05042509 (106 worldwide citation)

Making an aerosol generating cartridge useful for a smoking article is described. The method comprises filling a non-combustible elongated capsule, open at one end, with a substrate bearing an aersol forming material, and applying a fuel element to the open end of the capsule to enclose the substrat ...


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Chandra K Banerjee, Joseph J Chiou, Ernest G Farrier, Thomas L Gentry, Richard L Lehman, Henry T Ridings, Andrew J Sensabaugh Jr, Michael D Shannon: Tobacco smoking article with electrochemical heat source. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Grover M Myers, Steven P Shurtz, February 15, 1994: US05285798 (89 worldwide citation)

A smoking article with an electrochemical heat source is disclosed. The non-combustion heat source includes at least two metallic agents capable of interacting electrochemically with one another, such as magnesium and iron or nickel. The metallic agents may be provided in a variety of forms, includi ...


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Andrew J Sensabaugh Jr, Henry T Ridings: Aerosol flavor delivery system. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, August 23, 1988: US04765347 (78 worldwide citation)

A flavor delivery article produces an aerosol. The article includes an outer container in the form of a tube and an inner container disposed within the outer container. The inner container contains liquid such as an alcohol-water mixture, and a delivery means such as a tube. An airflow acceleration ...


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Ernest G Farrier, James L Harris, Alan B Norman, James L Resce, Andrew J Sensabaugh Jr, Michael D Shannon: Smoking article with improved fuel element. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Grover M Myers, David G Conlin, June 4, 1991: US05020548 (64 worldwide citation)

The present invention preferably relates to a smoking article which is capable of producing substantial quantities of aerosol, both initially and over the useful life of the product, without significant thermal degradation of the aerosol former and without the presence of substantial pyrolysis or in ...


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Michael D Shannon, Chandra K Banerjee, Ernest G Farrier, Andrew J Sensabaugh Jr: Insulated smoking article. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Grover M Myers, David G Conlin, July 2, 1991: US05027836 (63 worldwide citation)

The present invention preferably relates to an insulated smoking article which is capable of producing substantial quantities of smoke, both initially and over the useful life of the product, without significant thermal degradation of the aerosol former and without the presence of substantial pyroly ...


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Chandra K Banerjee, Henry T Ridings, Andrew J Sensabaugh Jr, Michael D Shannon: Smoking article with conductive aerosol chamber. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, Grover M Myers, David G Conlin, April 21, 1992: US05105831 (54 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to a smoking article which is capable of producing substantial quantities of aerosol, both initially and over the useful life of the product, without significant thermal degradation of the aerosol former and without the presence of substantial pyrolysis or incomplet ...


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Andrew J Sensabaugh Jr, Ronald L Parks, Arvol C Marsh Jr: Process for producing moist snuff. R J Reynolds Tobacco Company, III Joseph E Root, July 16, 1985: US04528993 (49 worldwide citation)

A method in which moist snuff is produced, differing radically from the prior art. The tobacco is hogshead-aged for only about two years. Instead of producing snuff taste characteristics through fermentation, the tobacco is cased and chemical reactions, including Maillard reactions, are induced to p ...



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